As an industry, yoga is rapidly expanding. With new styles (goat yoga, anyone?) and accessible offerings, anyone, anywhere, can roll out their mat and start a practice. However, despite the soothing nature of the practice, teaching yoga is a risky business. This is because yoga instructors offer a service, which often includes physical adjustments. As such, you may be liable for injuries or damage that occur under your instruction. Whether you teach part-time at a local gym or own a yoga studio, a robust risk management strategy is essential to your business’s survival.